Bask in the Warmth of Southwest Hospitality at these Top Boutique Hotels in Albuquerque

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After the Balloon Fiesta, Albuquerque is warming up for winter. The largest city in New Mexico has all the potential to serve as a tourist hotspot. For a happening winter vacation here is a list of some of the top boutique stays in Albuquerque to help you select your accommodation.

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Hotel Cascada

If you want to enjoy the fun of water rides in a family vacation, Hotel Cascada is the best option. This beautiful resort has 300 spacious rooms and suites featuring distinctive interior decorated with deluxe furnishings. The effect of luxury is further enhanced with king beds, expensive linens, in-room climate control, 42” television, work desk, high-speed internet, large closet with drawers, and many more. Be their guest and you are offered cashless wristbands to use the onsite water park during your stay. There are no extra charges for kids under 18, staying in the same room with parents.

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Isleta Resort & Casino

Isleta Resort & Casino redefines luxury with its opulently designed 201 rooms and an array of modern amenities for the guests. The resort houses fine dining restaurant, luxury spa, fitness center, golf club, and a state-of-the-art conference center. The rooms come with soft beds with expensive linens, couches, work desk, and flat-screen TV with digital channels. Fully tiled en suite bathrooms are equipped with bathtub, shower, vanity, and toiletries. You can spend hours of solitude by Isleta Lake and RV Park. In the evening, enjoy music and wine at the Center Bar or try your luck at the hotel’s casino.

MCM Eleganté Suites

Immerse yourself in luxury in the traditionally decorated rooms in MCM Eleganté Suites. The room facilities at this centrally located Albuquerque hotel include luxurious bedding, sleeper sofa, work desk with table lamp and chair, iron with ironing board, and room service. Guests can use Wi-Fi Internet for free. The hotel’s family suite comes with a well-equipped kitchen and separate living and bedrooms. Enjoy the benefit of the hotel’s exclusive Guest Reward programs, which let you earn points that you can redeem in the form of free night stays at the hotel or a Visa Gift Card.

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Nativo Lodge

If you want to experience the warm hospitality of the Southwest in its true sense Nativo Lodge is the place to choose. This Native American style boutique hotel in Albuquerque offers non-smoking rooms with high-end facilities. The list includes free Wi-Fi Internet, flat-screen TV, plush beds, private balcony, room service, refrigerator on request, and many more. Guests can also enjoy free access to the hotel’s swimming pools and onsite parking. Pet lovers please note that the hotel has pet-friendly policies.

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Albuquerque ClubHouse Inn & Suites

If you are looking for a pet-friendly boutique hotel that offers upscale accommodation and amenities within budget check out Albuquerque ClubHouse Inn & Suites. The hotel houses an array of wheelchair-accessible rooms that are spacious and elegantly decorated for your ultimate comfort. Each of the guest rooms and suites come with a large bed, pullout sofa, work desk with ergonomically designed chair, high-speed internet, 32” flat-screen TV, telephone, coffee maker, and complimentary buffet breakfast. Hotel amenities include outdoor heated pool and fitness center.

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6 thoughts on “Bask in the Warmth of Southwest Hospitality at these Top Boutique Hotels in Albuquerque

  1. I’ve never been to Albuquerque in the winter, but I did visit in the spring (May) one time. It’s a great place that time of year with many natural (desert and mountains) and historic areas nearby. I particularly liked an overnight trip to southwestern Colorado and the ancient ruins at Mesa Verde National Park. Try it sometime, Moon, you’ll like it!

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